Fortitude Health & Wellness, Inc.
To educate Americans in corporate and community sectors
about preventative health care strategies and change the paradigm of
health care services from diagnosing diseases to preventing
diseases, and yield participants and clients a Return-On-Investment
Fortitude Health & Wellness Inc. is a boutique, full service
Wellness Company. We implement Health Risk Assessments (HRA’s),
biometric screenings, tailor programs to targeted populations, and
develop participant outcome evaluations to track and measure
prevention strategies. We meet with the client and determine
program needs, goals, and short and long-term objectives. We then
develop the most effective solutions, while maintaining the most
efficient, cost-effective prevention services, resources, and
strategies to reduce employee health risks, chronic diseases, and
high health care costs.
We are a health
and wellness company with a special focus utilizing
evidenced-based outcomes to develop multi-cultural program
strategies and health promotions that influence public behavior.
We apply Dr. Prochaska’s Transtheoretical model to approach and
impact behavior change and implement health promotions.
Our core areas of
Health Risk Assessments (HRA’s)
Biometric Health Screenings
Develop and implement culturally tailored prevention programs
ROI outcome/evaluation measurement tools
In corporate and community healthcare arenas, we have successfully
completed work for several agencies and organizations, which
include some of the following:
||Aetna is a health insurance company that operates
in 3 segments - Health Care, Group Insurance, and Large Case
Pensions. They cover 15 million individuals under health plans
and generate $22.4 billion in revenues.
||Black Women's Health Imperative is a leading health
education organization with the goal of lifetime optimum
health for 19 million African-American women and girls.
Founded in 1983.
||Health Alliance is an $87.5 million private,
non-profit health care system in Cincinnati. It has 150
practitioners and focuses on cancer treatments, emergency
care, and behavioral medicine.
||The National Minority Health Month Foundation is a
leader in coalescing efforts to eliminate health care
disparities by fostering cultural competency among providers,
encouraging education, and advanced technology.
||The National Urban League reaches 2 million clients
through 100 affiliates. Health education is imperative to the
$28.2 million private not-for-profit group’s outreach
||United Healthcare made significant investments in
research and development, technology, and business process
improvements – nearly $3 billion in the past five years. It
also has 3 million medical plan members and generated $12.2
billion in 2005.
||The $565.4 million non-profit SCAN Health Plan
provides health insurance products to 70,000+ seniors in
||The promise of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, the
global leader of the breast cancer movement, having invested
more than $1.9 billion since 1982 inception. As the world’s
largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and
activists, they work to save lives, empower people, ensure
quality care for all and find cures, with a presence in 50
countries and affiliates in Germany, Italy, and Puerto Rico,
and assets totaling $485,029,707 in 2010.